This is a hands-on course designed to introduce mass communication majors to the field of digital communications. Students learn critical thinking skills about the technology used to produce mass media messages in modern American society. They are be introduced to visual theories as well as elements and principles of design for several key media: video, print and the web. The digital communication student leaves this course versed in current media technologies with a critical understanding of its use in creating memorable and meaningful communication materials.
No prerequisite. Required for Mass Communication majors with a minimum grade of C (2.0). $75 fee for non-majors and part-time students.
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